In 2008, Obama won 104,815 votes in the New Hampshire Democrat primary, Hillary got 112,404 and John Edwards got 48,000 votes.
Yesterday, with 95% of the Democrat vote counted, Obama received 49,983 votes out of a potential (using 2008 numbers) 254,000 votes.
Point of post: things are much worse in Dogville than folks want to admit. So bad, in fact, that I think Hillary will shy away from this election cycle. Numbers abound adding credence to the notion that this election could be more one sided than the Carter/Reagan election. The economy will have less to do with who wins than folks think. Gallup and Rasmussen show Obama almost "stuck" in the mid-forty percentile. The average approval for an incumbent victory is 55%, according to Gallup.